Who is Wounded Warrior Homes And What Do We Do?
Wounded Warrior Homes is a grassroots charitable non-profit chartered to provide transitional housing to single post-9/11 veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS). We are citizens, like you, who deeply care about our nation and appreciate the sacrifices of those who have served in armed conflict to protect our country, our nation’s interests, our people and those in other nations.
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The Wounded Warrior Homes' Staff
Executive Director & Co-Founder
Mia has a background in Special Education with emphasis in Moderate to Severe Disabilities. Additionally she has further education and certificates in non-profit management and planned giving, interpersonal communications for fundraising and developing major gifts. She is also co-owner of a house inspection service with her husband, Steve Roseberry.
Mia is active in the community as a member of the San Diego Veterans Coalition, San Diego Military Advisory Council (SDMAC), Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, Vista Chamber of Commerce, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce and a past board member for the North San Diego Real Estate Investors Group. She is a 4th generation descendant of U.S. Marines. She worked as an Emergency Medical Technician and retired after years as a special education teacher.
The survivor of a horrific childhood automobile accident that left her with permanent hearing loss, she understands first-hand about the effects of mild Traumatic Brain Injury and the effort that it takes to return to a normal life. She is a non voting member of the Board of Directors.
Wounded Warrior Homes' Board of Directors
President of the Board of Trustees
Trained as a classical singer, Jane went on to get her Masters in Social Work, practicing as a medical social worker at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She transitioned into Healthcare Consulting with KPMG Peat Marwick and then went on to work in the healthcare software industry with two different start-up companies.
Since moving to San Diego in 1996, Jane has held several non-profit positions: Associate Director of Development for Father Joe’s Villages, Grant Writer for the Urban Corps of San Diego County and Development Manager at Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego.
Jane’s husband, who passed away in 2014, was a disabled Vietnam Veteran. She combines non- and for-profit business experience with her passion for helping our Wounded Warriors.
Charmaine Grace Lowe
Charmaine has been a clinical psychologist at the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton since 2014 having obtained her Ph.D in Clinical Psychology in 2008. She is a mental health expert on suicide prevention, depression & anxiety and has done specialized work in the Concussion Restoration Care Center at Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan while she served in the US Navy. She has been a member of the Wounded Warrior Homes Board of Directors since 2018.
Robert is a self-employed architect with a professional background in residential projects, local planning, zonal laws & building ordinances, as well as design and construction. He has also founded companies in graphic design and advertising communications.
Before joining the board of WWH, Bob provided the architectural design that connected the Harvest House to the existing Wounded Warrior Homes residence on York Drive in Vista. He has also volunteered with several other non-profit organizations in the San Diego.
Clinton D. Pearman
Clint is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist and the Regional Education Coordinator for the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center based on Camp Pendleton. In this role he provides education and training on traumatic brain injury (TBI) awareness, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation military medical personnel, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), military leadership among others.
Clint is a 31 year veteran of the United States Marine Corps, the Founder of ABC Wellness Zone (a private health coaching practice providing leadership to a nationwide network of health and wellness coaches), a board member or advisor to numerous organizations, and a USA Track and Field Masters competing athlete.
Clint holds a bachelor degree in health and wellness from Kaplan University, a master’s degree in health psychology and is a Ph.D candidate in Walden University’s health psychology program. He has been a member of the Wounded Warrior Homes Board of Directors since 2017.
Steve co-founded Wounded Warrior Homes in 2009 with his wife Mia because he shares her passion for supporting the military community. He has 20+ years of expertise as a licensed residential contractor and home inspector. He’s a Certified California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA) Inspector, the highest certification in the home inspection industry, and is a member of CREIA (past-president of the North San Diego/Temecula chapter), the North San Diego Real Estate Investors Association, and the San Diego Creative Investors Association.
A Del Mar native, Steve is an active community volunteer whose activities outside of Wounded Warrior Homes include the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3-Day (volunteer for the past five years), Vallecitos Spurs Gymkhana Club (snack shack manager for 11 years), and Teddy Bear House (project manager of the revitalization project).
Steve has been a member of the Board of Directors since the inception of Wounded Warrior Homes.